3815 River Crossing Parkway
We take clients with the following insurance companies:
What is ABA Therapy?
The main goal of ABA therapy is to improve your child’s overall quality of living.
We accomplish this by teaching behaviors that help them enjoy independent lives. At the same time, we address challenging behaviors that interfere with their ability to learn new skills and to socialize with others.
There are countless benefits of ABA therapy and each child’s journey is unique. Some of the benefits may include improved communication skills, social skills, and adaptive living skills.
We currently have therapists with available hours and we cover the following zip codes in Indiana:
- 46356 – Lowell
- 46376 – Schneider
- 46341 – Hebron
- 46307 – Crown Point
- 66303 – Cedar Lake
- 46393 – Wheeler
- 46385/46383 – Valparaiso
- 46310 – Demotte
- 46381 – Thayer
- 46377 – Shelby
- 46349 – Lake Village
- 46392 – Wheatfield
- 46347 – Kouts
- 64342 – Hobart
- 46403/46368 – Portage
- 46310/46372 – Roselawn
In the comfort of your own home
Our therapists will come to you! ABA therapy is often provided at an intensive level, with children receiving 15-40 hours per week. Your child can receive this treatment in the comfort of your own home.
Highly Skilled BCBAs
A board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) will lead your child’s ABA program.
They will be responsible for ensuring your child is making progress.
He or she will conduct assessments, make treatment recommendations, create treatment plans and goals, provide guidance to caregivers, and supervise the treatment team.
A registered behavior technician (RBT) will be responsible for the direct care of your child.
The RBT will implement the goals created by the BCBA, directly teaching your child skills, implementing the behavior intervention plan, and more.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapeutic approach based on the principles of behaviorism, and is evidence-based.